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CTIP Student Guide to Preventing Human Trafficking

The U.S. Department of Defense Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Program Management Office (PMO) and Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) developed a new course, the CTIP Student Guide to Preventing Human Trafficking.  The course teaches military-connected high school students (10th – 12th grade) about human trafficking.  Teens will understand how human trafficking is occurring in student settings and particularly online where exploitation of children and teens is increasingly occurring today. 

The student can view as many or as few topic action cards as they would like, in any order.  There are videos, quizzes, and other interactive features throughout the course.

It is accompanied by a Parent Resource Guide for military-connected parents, which explains to parents why it is important to educate students about human trafficking and walks parents through the course topics.

Parent Resource Guide [PDF]

        

CTIP Student Guide Topics:

The Nature and Scope of Human Trafficking

  • Introduction 
  • What is Human Trafficking?
  • Types of Trafficking
  • Who Are the Victims?
  • Who Are the Traffickers? 

              The Signs and Indicators of Human Trafficking

            • Early Warning Signs of Trafficking
            • How Does Trafficking Happen?
            • Jobs that Aren’t Real Jobs/Jobs that Are Too Good to be True

 

Recognizing Potential Trafficking Situations

  • Trafficking and the Internet
  • Sexting and Sextortion
  • Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships (activity)
  • Health and Unhealthy Relationships (quiz)

 

              Seeking Help and Reporting Suspicious Behavior

            • Staying Safe, Avoiding Exploitation
            • What Can You Do to Help Combat Trafficking in Persons?
            • Ways to Seek Help
            • Finding a Trusted Adult
            • Combating Trafficking in Persons at School and in the Community
            • Call to Action